Northern Territory

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Uluru

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Uluru

Uluru is a popular tourist destination and attracts visitors from around the world who come to admire its natural beauty, learn about its cultural significance, and experience the unique desert landscape of central Australia. Visitors can explore the base of Uluru on foot via the 10.6-kilometer (6.6-mile) Uluru Base Walk, which offers opportunities to see rock art, waterholes, and native flora and fauna.

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Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

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Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

In addition to its exhibition galleries, MAGNT offers a range of visitor facilities, including a museum shop, cafe, outdoor sculpture garden, and research library. The museum is wheelchair accessible and provides amenities such as guided tours, audio guides, and educational resources for families and school groups.

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Crocosaurus Cove

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Crocosaurus Cove

Crocosaurus Cove features several aquariums showcasing the rich marine life of Northern Australia's rivers, estuaries, and coastal waters. Visitors can marvel at colorful tropical fish, coral reefs, and other aquatic habitats, as well as learn about the importance of protecting these fragile ecosystems.

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Kings Canyon

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Kings Canyon

Watarrka National Park offers a range of visitor facilities, including a campground, picnic areas, and a visitor center with interpretive displays, maps, and information about the park's natural and cultural heritage. Guided tours and ranger-led activities are also available for visitors who want to learn more about Kings Canyon and its surrounds.

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Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge

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Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge

Nitmiluk National Park offers a range of visitor facilities, including a visitor center with interpretive displays, maps, and information about the park's natural and cultural heritage. There are also picnic areas, barbecue facilities, and camping grounds for visitors to enjoy, as well as guided tours, cultural experiences, and ranger-led activities available seasonally.

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Alice Springs Desert Park

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Alice Springs Desert Park

The Alice Springs Desert Park offers a range of visitor facilities, including a visitor center with information desks, interactive displays, and a gift shop selling souvenirs and local crafts. There are also picnic areas, barbecue facilities, and a cafe where visitors can enjoy refreshments and meals while taking in the stunning desert views.

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Mindil Beach

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Mindil Beach

Mindil Beach is equipped with visitor facilities, including public toilets, showers, and drinking water stations. There are also lifeguards on duty during peak times to ensure the safety of beachgoers, as well as designated swimming areas and surf lifesaving clubs for added peace of mind.

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